Lithuania’s gambling regulator the Gaming Control Authority has claimed that Unibet “systematically violates” the country’s gaming legislation by continuing its online gaming activities in the market without a licence.

The Authority accuses Unibet of infringing on Lithuania’s laws, despite presenting itself as one of the largest responsible gambling operators in Europe, holding licences in a range of key jurisdictions.

The announcement comes after the regulator hit out in March at a number of high profile operators who it claimed were “blatantly violating” the country’s iGaming regulations by changing their web domains to avoid attempts to block access to their sites.

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